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Google Chrome updated for macOS Big Sur

Today is a big day for the Mac and for Google Chrome.

Google Chrome has been officially updated for macOS Big Sur. This gives the Google-based web browser a new look.

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The browser now has a new icon that is very similar to its iOS and iPadOS counterparts with the Google Chrome logo with a white background surrounding it. Its iOS and iPadOS apps are currently rated at the number two app in the utility section of the App Store.

To update your Google Chrome browser to the latest version, tap the “More” button/the button in the right corner of the browser with the three dots, scroll down to “Update Google Chrome.” You can find more instructions here.

For those looking to download Google Chrome on their Mac, simply click here.

What do you think of this update to Google Chrome? Let us know on Twitter at @appleosophy.

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